Fun Summer Read


 

As you well know, I rarely give five stars for anything.  This book, however, both Jacynthe, the children’s librarian, and I read super fast and just as quickly fell in love with it.  We both agreed it is a five.

Perhaps it is because we are older and this story is set in the early 80s.  It could also be because we mutually share a love of music and it references a ton of music we know and love.  Another possibility is an epistolary novel.  Add all those things plus the fact that it was a simple story, was real, heartfelt and sweet, and about friendship against all odds makes it a fun summer read.

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